Traducción de sub-Saharan en Español:

sub-Saharan

subsahariano, adj.

Pronunciación /sʌbsəˈhɑːrən//ˌsəbsəˈhɛrən/

adjetivo

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    subsahariano
    • That is the case with regard to many states in the Third World, especially sub-Saharan Africa.
    • Why didn't sub-Saharan Africans go out and domesticate zebras and rhinoceroses.
    • Built out of coral, the winding streets and courtyarded houses feel more North African than sub-Saharan.
    • Three out of four people who die with the disease live in sub-Saharan South Africa.
    • This region lies in the heart of sub-Saharan Africa and is ranked by the UN as the third poorest country in the world.
    • In South Africa, and much of sub-Saharan Africa, mortality is currently spiralling upwards.
    • Whatever the exact numbers, this was a degree of land alienation unrivalled in any sub-Saharan African context.
    • I mean, how bad is it compared with other regions in sub-Saharan Africa that are also in need?
    • The Caribbean is the second-most affected region after sub-Saharan Africa in the world.
    • No region on the face of earth is more affected by the unfair competition in world cotton markets than sub-Saharan Africa.
    • Much of this aid goes to sub-Saharan Africa, South America, and Southern Asia.
    • Only a handful of sub-Saharan African nations suffer more wretched conditions.
    • Women are the primary caregivers in most sub-Saharan African households and Wereilu is no exception.
    • It's the introduction of an electronic medical record in one of the poorest regions of sub-Saharan Africa.
    • In that time around 12 million sub-Saharan Africans have succumbed to the disease.
    • Blackcaps spending the summer in northern and eastern Europe are wholly migratory and winter south to sub-Saharan Africa.
    • The idea that sub-Saharan Africa is an amorphous whole - one huge basket case - is a damaging misconception.
    • Entrants should have been born in a sub-Saharan African country and must currently be resident in that country.
    • An appropriately developed score might be useful in audit, research, and clinical practice in sub-Saharan Africa.
    • The lowest levels of economic growth were in sub-Saharan African countries.